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Review: Energica Eva Electric Sportbike

The Energica Eva may be the world’s easiest to ride sportbike, but it’s not cheap, and it’s no lightweight. The post Review: Energica Eva Electric Sportbike appeared first on WIRED.


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Review: Motorola Moto Z

The modular phone to begin all modular phones. The post Review: Motorola Moto Z appeared first on WIRED.


The Moto Z is an intriguing if not fully formed glimpse at a modular future

 Fast processing, hi-res screens, good cameras. Sure, some are certainly better than others, but even the bad ones are capable of things unthinkable on a mobile device not all that … Continue Reading →


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Review: Naim Mu-so Qb

Minimalist yet conspicuous, the Mu-so Qb is the ideal wireless speaker to prop out a glass-sheathed designer apartment on the West side of Manhattan. The post Review: Naim Mu-so Qb … Continue Reading →


Review: Dyson’s V8 Absolute vacuum can be useful, minus meddling battery life

 Long before there was a Dyson V8 Absolute vacuum, a bias existed about the pricing and overall effectiveness of Dyson products. While I am not trying to prove or disprove that, … Continue Reading →


Review: Dyson’s V8 Absolute vacuum can be useful, minus middling battery life

 Long before there was a Dyson V8 Absolute vacuum, a bias existed about the pricing and overall effectiveness of Dyson products. While I am not trying to prove or disprove … Continue Reading →


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Review: Husqvarna Automower 450x

Lawn and order compliments of a smart robot mower. The post Review: Husqvarna Automower 450x appeared first on WIRED.


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Review: Huawei Honor 5X

Fewer bucks, more bangs. The post Review: Huawei Honor 5X appeared first on WIRED.


Bose’s QuietComfort headphones go wireless without missing a beat

 It’s not always the wisest policy in this fast-moving world of consumer electronics, but as countless competitors pushed past to bring wireless noise cancelling headphones to market, the audio company … Continue Reading →


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Review: Sony PS-HX500 Turntable

Somebody finally got serious and made a decent turntable with plug-and-play hi-res digital recording capability. Rejoice. The post Review: Sony PS-HX500 Turntable appeared first on WIRED.


Acer’s Aspire S 13 is a decent little ultrabook

 The first thing you notice about the Aspire S 13: It’s not a MacBook Air. In a space in which Apple’s laptop has so dominated the aesthetic conversation around thin … Continue Reading →


Huawei’s MateBook is a solid 2-in-1 that still has some work to do

 The theme of Huawei’s press conference atop One World Trade last week was clear: The company plans to make its mark in the U.S. The hardware maker has made a … Continue Reading →


Review: Acton’s Blink Board is a quirky board with an unpolished remote

 As you can already tell, this is an electric skateboard. It’s not my first rodeo on one either and it won’t be my last. But here’s something I learned the past … Continue Reading →


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Review: Wahoo Fitness Elemnt

This connected bike computer shows you live stats about your ride, and can even share some of them to Facebook. The post Review: Wahoo Fitness Elemnt appeared first on WIRED.


Review: HP’s Spectre shows a great ultrabook can suffer from being thin

 Your next laptop will most likely be thinner than the one you have now. That’s because some Windows PC makers like HP aren’t keen with the thinness of even their own … Continue Reading →